Insomniac Games has revealed that players should not expect their Marvel's Spider-Man saves transfer from PS4 to PS5 when Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered launches later this year. According to a tweet from the developer, there are no plans to make existing saves compatible with the new version of the game for PlayStation 5. "Saves won\u2019t transfer from the original game to the Remaster," said Insomniac Games, replying to a fan wondering if he could pick up where he left his PS4 playthrough on the newest console's version. https:\/\/twitter.com\/insomniacgames\/status\/1307707909120299012 This is actually the norm with a remaster, as it is a brand new game and not the same title playable across another platform, differently from what currently happens with cloud saves on platforms such as Xbox Live. With Spider-Man being a relatively close game, though, we understand where that question comes from, and Insomniac was kind enough to make it clear well ahead of the release. What was not so clear is the release plan for the Spider-Man remaster. The game was announced through a simple PlayStation Blog post minutes after Sony held its big PlayStation event where it could have easily dropped the news, the same way it was disclosed Miles Morales would be coming to PS4. On top of that, it was just revealed as a bonus for Ultimate Launch Edition purchases of Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales. As such, Insomniac Games has confirmed it has no plans to release Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered as a standalone physical product. https:\/\/twitter.com\/insomniacgames\/status\/1307477116913557506 The remaster has been long in rumors, starting from a Sony executive's statement that was said to have been provided by mistake right after Spider-Man Miles Morales' reveal. Both the games are set to launch on PS5 day one, which is November 12 for United States, Japan and several other territories, and November 19 for the rest of the world, Europe included.